Hotel Palazzo Benci

Piazza Madonna degli Aldobrandini, 3, Florence, 50123, Italy
Hotel Palazzo Benci
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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  • Families63
  • Couples72
  • Solo100
  • Business72

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Forum Posts

Hotel with free car parking in city centre

by alisonel

Hi - we are going to Tuscany for a week in September and although we have accomodation booked we would like to spend a few days in Florence - can anyone recommend a cheap hotel with free car parking in or very close to the main sites - thanks

Re: Hotel with free car parking in city centre

by hivaoa1

www.bbclaudiaferri.it

i work in Pisa downtown and I can tell you this is the best option for those who have a car
people do get (including me) a lot of fines in Pisa center as most areas are restricted to residents, so, i suggest this option
their parking is free, beautiful spotless rooms (my client stayed there once) and wonderful free breakfast

Re: Hotel with free car parking in city centre

by alisonel

Thanks everyone - found a hotel jsut outside the historial centre with free parking

Travel Tips for Florence

PHOTO : SUNSET ON PONTE...

by AliJoe



PHOTO : SUNSET ON PONTE VECCHIO....


UFFIZI PALACE...not in the photo. It was constructed in the mid 16th centuary in the period when Cosimo de' Meclici, first grand Duke of Tuscany. Built in the form of a horse shoe extending from Piazza Signoria to the River Arno and linked with Palazzo Vecchio by bridge over the street.
The Uffizi were intended to house the offices of the Magistrature.

Siesta from 2pm - 4pm.

by jon_and_may

Remember most of Europe observes siesta. During the hours of 2pm to 4pm, many stores will close (owners will eat, relax, sleep, etc.).

However, though many stores do this, most of the touristy shops will remain open. Just don't be surprised when stores close or if owners give you the "evil eye" around 2pm. :)

One of the things that I have...

by snmred

One of the things that I have done in order to learn more about the city outside of the city center is to pick any of the buses that I haven't ridden on yet, don't know where it goes to, hop on and see where it will take me. I have seen so many things I never knew the city had to offer. The number 7 bus takes you to Fisole which is a tiny little town on the hills above Florence. Amazing views of Florence and a few great things to do in Fisole too. Also, on Tuesday mornings between 8-1pm hop on the number 1 bus going north to Piazza Cascine where there is a huge market with amazingly cheap clothing, shoes, housewares, produce, etc. I was in heaven when I found this market.

Aperitivi in summer

by gial1 about Forte Belvedere

If you want to relax in a very beautiful pòlace, see a lot of nice people, watch a great landscape, take a good aperitivo and listen to good music go to Forte Belvedere. In winter this place is closed As you want

Couldn't resist venting.............

by leics about Spleen

Just a typical bar/cafe/salad/pizza sort of place, a few steps away from Piazza Del Duomo. Perfectly ok food, a few tables outside (fairly unusual in Florence......narrow streets preclude). Just really had to eat there...and actually did get chance to vent my spleen (but not telling why, nothing to do with the cafe/bar though).

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